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Dental Tourism/Travel Help

What is Dental Tourism?

Dental tourism is a new phenomenon where patients, mainly from Europe, North America and Australia, travel abroad for dental treatment. This trend started as a response to the increasingly high costs of healthcare and long waiting lists facing patients in many Western countries.

We are leaders in dental tourism in Delhi NCR, India situated only 20 minutes by road from India's capital, New Delhi.

We offer trained dental experts, world class facilities, latest dental technology, and help with special dental treatment packages for our international patients.

If you are a NRI visiting your family in India, we provide world class dental treatment for NRIs all over India.

Dental Tourism Facts

  • According to the National Coalition on Health Care, more than 500,000 Americans travelled abroad to receive medical and dental work in 2006
  • An increasing wave of US patients—over 750,000 in 2007 alone—have travelled abroad for affordable medical treatment.
  • There are 4 major categories of medical tourism travelers:
  • Lack of Procedural Insurance: seek care for non covered procedures
  • Lack of Insurance
  • Cosmetic/Leisure: Vacation or convenience element during travel
  • Non FDA approved treatment
  • Two major factors for high healthcare industry costs in USA: doctors’ wages and malpractice insurance.
  • In India, a procedure including airfare is 90% cheaper then a procedure done in the US.

Dental Tourism Saving




Why India for Dental Tourism?

Over the past few decades, India and dental treatment have been become almost interchangeable. For the individuals who wish to have world class dental treatment, India has become an internationally recognized center for high quality dental care. Here are a few reasons why you should consider us for your dental tourism needs:

1. Prestigious group of Indian Dental Association (IDA) and American Dental Association (ADA) affiliated dental specialists all of them with very active professional careers in major dental schools and important hospitals of the country. Our dentists and facility qualifications are meaningful and verifiable. India has a long medical academic tradition having very strict laws that regulate training and qualifications of dentists who perform dental procedures and surgery.

2. India is rated as one of the Asian countries with the highest medical standard. Dental surgery is real surgery: it requires up-to-date education, sterile techniques, modern equipment, and products meeting international standards. We work in modern facilities which are designed for comfort and efficiency, using the latest technology and equipment to provide expert dentistry and cosmetic dentistry.

3. The dental and medical personnel involved in health tourism speak good English.

4. Excellent price-benefit ratio due to a high US$ vs. local currency exchange rate which benefits foreign currency tenders. Services and quality you pay for over here belong to the same category of those you would get in your country for four times the price. We are not exactly a "cheap" place because we offer excellent medical services. Dental treatment abroad has been attracting people based on very low prices, without sacrificing quality, sanitary conditions and with duly certified specialists' work.

5. The lower cost is not due to any lack in quality, quite the contrary. The reason for lower costs is related to the lower cost of infrastructure and insurance. Most practicing US cosmetic dentists must pay extremely high malpractice insurance rates. This fact, combined with the much higher costs for trained staff and medical facilities in foreign countries, combine to make India much more competitive

6. India is a convenient country to visit: nice weather, warm people, beautiful tropical environments or city-urban accommodation. All-inclusive packages are very attractive and the fact we work on a fixed price basis, makes it even better.

7. We provide convenient appointments at short notice for our overseas patients. If the long lines and frustrating long waits at an NHS dentist in UK are wearing you down, contact us for an appointment.

WE CAN ARRANGE FOR THE FOLLOWING SERVICES AT YOUR REQUEST:

  • Personal Yoga Training
  • Ayurveda
  • Local Sight Seeing & Tours
  • Spa

 

 

Leading hotels in vicinity


The Claridges Surajkund Faridabad
Shooting Range Road, Suraj Rund, Faridabad

Express Sarovar Portico Faridabad
Sec 39, Suraj Kund, Faridabad
0129-4249999, 0129-4249977, 91-9560795251

K Hotel Faridabad
Plot No.2, Sector 31, HUDA Market Behind Pristine Mall

Park Plaza Faridabad
Sector 21 C
Vibe By The LaLiT Traveller Faridabad
12/7,Mathura Road

Comfort Inn Saffron Kiran Faridabad
12/6 Delhi Mathura Road Sector 35

Ginger Faridabad
Fun City Mall, Ajronda Chowk Main Mathura Road

Hotel Atrium
Address: Suraj Kund Rd, Faridabad, Delhi
Phone:0129 251 1457

Tour operators in delhi

These links may be helpful to you for packages in & around Delhi

www.incredibleindia.org.
www.delhitourism.com
www.makemytrip.com
www.t2india.com
www.indianholiday.com
www.theindiatravel.com
www.tourtravelworld
www.indianholiday.com
www.spantours.com
www.indiatourism.com

 

Places of Interest in & around Faridabad

 


  1. Suraj kund- In the month of February, from 1st to 15th, a handicraft fair is organised in Surajkund, which showcases handicraft items by artisans from all over India. During this fair, various magic shows, folk dances, acrobats and food stalls are also organised. Surajkund is located close to the fort city of Tughlaqabad, in Delhi.
  2. Badkhal lake
  3. Sultanpur Lake Bird Sanctuary
  4. Sohna Hills
  5. Damdama Lake,
  6. Dabchick
  7. India Gate
  8. Jantar Mantar
  9. Red Fort
  10. Qutab Minar
  11. Lotus Temple.
  12. Isckon Temple
  13. Akshardham
  14. Doll Museum
  15. Cannought Place
  16. South Extension Market


2nights - 3days package recommended for:

Agra/ Mathura
Jaipur
Shimla
Mussorie
Nainital
Kulu Manali
Haridwar-Rishikesh
Dharamshala
Amritsar-Wagah Border
Vrindavan
Varanasi

About New Delhi

Sightseeing in Delhi

New Delhi was proclaimed the capital of India by the British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944).

This tree-lined & spacious city is one of India's fastest growing cities.It sprawls over the West Bank of the river Yamuna and is divided into two distinct parts, Old Delhi & New Delhi. Old Delhi is centered on the Red Fort built by Emperor Shah Jehan between 1636 & 1658. The streets of Old Delhi are narrow & bustling with energy. The beauty & serenity lies inside the courts of the main buildings.

Delhi has some of the finest museums in the country. Its boutiques and shopping arcades offer access to a wealth of traditional and contemporary crafts from all over the country.

General Information of Delhi

Capital: New Delhi. Area: 491 sq km.

Language: Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu and English to a certain extent.
Touring season: October, November, February and March. However, winter is severe and long from November to early March.

Climate: The summer season lasts from mid March to the end of June with average maximum and minimum temperatures of 36º C and 25º C. The monsoon season, following the hot summer, continues until the end of September with an average rainfall of about 26 inches. The winter season extends from late November to mid-February. The coldest month is January, when both the mean maximum temperature and the mean minimum temperature are at their lowest-- 21º C and 7º C, respectively.

How to get there

Air: Delhi is easily accessible to and from most cities in the world. Most of the international airlines in the world fly to Delhi. Domestic airlines link Delhi to all the major cities in the country.

Train: The Indian railways, with their modern and organized network connect Delhi to major and minor destinations in India. There are three important railway stations in Delhi, viz.The New Delhi Railway Station, Old Delhi Railway Station and Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station. The Shatabdi Express is recommended to reach cities like Chandigarh, Dehradun, Gwalior, Bhopal, Lucknow and Kanpur.

Bus: Delhi is well connected by road to all major destinations in North India. The Inter State Bus Terminus (ISBT) is located at Kashmiri Gate, Sarai Kale-Khan and Anand Vihar. Delhi Transport Corporation and Road Transport Corporations of the neighboring states provide frequent air conditioned, deluxe and ordinary coaches. Bus services from all the major places in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan are available to Delhi. During the summer months, air-conditioned coaches are recommended.

Airports: Delhi has two airports. Indira Gandhi International Airport,which is 20km away from the city connects Delhi to almost all the major countries in the world. Palam is the domestic airport which is situated closer to the city. Between the two airports, shuttle coach service is available. From both the terminals, Ex-Servicemen Air Link Transport Service (EATS) brings passengers to the city at nominal rates. State Bank of India is the official bank available at both the terminals. To assist with travel information, hotel bookings and various other services, tourists can avail of the help desk at the airport, which is open round the clock. Pre-paid taxi service is also possible at both the airports.

Best Season: The best season to visit Delhi is between October to March. December & January are cold months. The summer season in Delhi extends between April and July. End of July is Monsoons extending till September.